Time To Edit the Classic Book "Good To Great"?

Goodness gracious...I'm sure everyone heard about what was going on at Wells Fargo ... bogus accounts set up, 5,300 employees fired...and this from a company that appears to need to be removed from the classic book Good to Great. I'm assuming the leadership that earned them inclusion in Jim Collins' insightful book is no longer there. While Wells Fargo was firing these 5,300 employees for unethically opening accounts so they could hit sales goals...I wonder how many senior executives who created the pressure to do this were at the same time paying themselves multi-million dollar bonuses? Are any of the execs punishing themselves?  Likely not.

Workers tell Wells Fargo horror stories